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Nothing like a case of the identity crisis - but that can be a good thing when you're getting the best of both worlds. Take a closer look...you might be surprised to discover things aren't what they seem.
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Despite owning an iPhone and MacBook Air, this individual felt it was necessary to keep his soul from completely going Apple by building a beefed-out PC to pair with his otherwise 'all-Apple' setup.

Connected to his Windows-based desktop is an Apple Cinema 30", Magic Trackpad, Wireless Keyboard, and a pair of Logitech Z-4 speakers. With this kind of killer setup, one would think he'd be editing Blu-ray films or maybe just gaming it up in resolutions leagues beyond what us normal folk consider "HD."

What do you think of having a mixed OS environment? Too messy or just the right kind of tech pluralism?

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(Images: Embu at Minhembio)